The term ‘culture’ holds the principle position in the discipline of anthropology. The word ‘culture’ has a tendency to describe a race, gender and ethnicity as well, such as ‘black culture’ or ‘male dominant culture’. However, the word culture is not restricted these aspects. Culture is more diversified term which encompasses numerous aspects of human beings, such as customs, traditions, religion, practices, ceremonies, dresses, food, and kinship (Giddens, 1997). Summing it up, culture refers to the way of life lead by people of a society or specific group in society having similar social, religious and moral values. It is a commonly observed phenomenon that when people belonging to different cultures live together, they learn from each other’s cultural behaviors and hence a merger of these cultures occurs. It means that culture can vary with time as it is the nature human beings to adopt and learn from each other’s behaviors and practices.Due to this, many cultures have become a part of history while numerous others are evolved over time. “Culture becomes the lens through which we perceive and evaluate what is going on around us” (Henslin, 1993).Culture is the phenomenon that shapes up our thinking pattern. It is the culture which sets a code of interpersonal interactions and expectations. If someone is not up to other’s expectations, it may be the cultural difference due to which they have different patterns of behavior and expectations. Anthropologists consider culture to be an unnatural perspective. Culture is something learned, throughout life span, by surroundings, family customs and religious obligations.